Jayson Werth blasts MLB team executives, says only team he wouldn’t play for is Mets

Former All-Star outfielder Jayson Werth officially retired in June, saying,”I’m done … whatever you want to call it.”Acouple months https://www.marlinsedge.com/miami-marlins/andre-dawson-jersey removed from the sport, Werthshared his thoughts on the state of MLB.The former Phillies and Nationals stardidn’t holdback as hetooka jab at theMets and revealed they were the only team he didn’t call as he lookedfor a job.”Spring training came and went, and about halfway through spring training, I felt like I had been working all winter, I was ready to play,” Werth said on The Howard Eskin’s Podcast,via the Washington Post.”So I took matters into my own hands and I called every team [but one], and tried to get a job.The only team I didn’t Martin Prado Jersey call? The Mets. I wouldn’t play for them.Werth didn’t mince words as he criticizedMLB teams’ front offices, explaining, “They’ve got all these super nerds in the front office that know nothing about baseball but they like to project numbers and project players.”It’s to the point where you just put computers out there. Just put laptops and what have you, just put them out there and let them play. We don’t even need to go out there anymore. It’s a joke.”It’s just not baseball to me. We’re creating something that’s not fun to watch. It’s boring. You’re turning players into robots. You’ve taken the human element out of the game.”During his15-year MLB career, Werth finished with a slash line of .267/.360/.455 with 229 home runs and 799 RBIs in 1 https://www.marlinsedge.com/miami-marlins/jose-fernandez-jersey ,583 games. He helped the Phillies win the World Series in 2008 and was an All-Star in 2009.When Werth announced his retirement, he told Fancred Sports he has “no regrets” with his career.

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